Albania in the Twentieth Century, A History: Volume II: Albania in Occupation and War, 1939-45
I.B.Tauris, 11 Ιουλ 2006 - 512 σελίδες
Albania in the Twentieth Century: A History represents an unparalleled achievement in scholarship on Albania. Owen Pearson presents a complete account of the twentieth century in Albania, from its breakaway from the Ottoman Empire in 1908 to the Kosova War in 1999. Comprising original research, and excerpts from rare Albanian sources, this is a compendium of primary source material that provides a year-by-year and sometimes day-by-day account of Albania's modern history. It is an essential reference for all those interested in Albanian Balkan and Eastern European history.
I.B.Tauris in association with the Center for Albanian Studies.
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CHAPTER TWO 1941
CH AFTER THREE 1942
CHAPTER FOUR 1943
CHAPTER FIVE 1944
CHAPTER six 1945
Abas Kupi aircraft Albanian Communist Party Albanian government Albanian guerrillas Allied Amery Anthony Eden APRIL Athens attack AUGUST Balkan Balli Kombetar Bari Barker bombed Brigade British Document Camerija captured Cavallero Central Committee Cervi Ciano Ciano's Diary commander communique Council Daily Telegraph December declared Dedijer democratic Diario Diber Duce Elbasan enemy Enver Hoxha Fascist FEBRUARY fighting forces Foreign Office Free Albania front frontier German Gjirokaster Greece Greek Greek government Greek White Book headquarters Hibbert independence Italian Italy Jacomoni JANUARY JULY JUNE Kelcyre killed King Zog Korce Korfe Kosove Kruje Labour of Albania Lieutenant-Colonel Major Manchester Guardian MARCH McLean Mehmet Shehu military Mission Mussolini Northern Epirus NOVEMBER occupied OCTOBER organization Party of Labour Peshkopi Pogradec political Price Prime Minister prisoners Puto raid reported resistance Royal Sarande SEPTEMBER Shkoder Smiley southern Albania Tepelene territory Tirana Tirana Radio to-day Tomori town troops United Nations village Vlore Yugoslav Yugoslavia Zavalani Zog's Zogist